Employment Opportunities

The District is not accepting applications at this time.

Leucadia Wastewater District (LWD) is an equal opportunity employer and all employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment. The District will recruit, hire, and promote the best qualified individuals for positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other protected class (protected classes as recognized by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California State Department of Fair Employment and Housing and California Labor Code).

The District makes reasonable accommodations for the disabled.

The following guidelines have been provided to assist you with important information about LWD’s recruitment process.

1. A District application must be completed. The application is one of the most important screening tools used by the District and is the applicant's primary method of illustrating his/her qualifications. Applications must be filled out completely and clearly show that the minimum qualifications are met. False statements, as well as failure to disclose requested information, will be cause for disqualification, removal from an eligibility list or discharge from employment. All statements made on the application are subject to investigation and verification, and applicants may be required to provide documentary evidence of certificates, degrees, training, experience, licenses or educational credits.

2. If the position requires a supplemental questionnaire and required responses are not included, the application will be determined incomplete and may not be considered.

3. Applications and related materials will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on the closing date or the date indicated on the job posting announcement.

4. Applicants must re-submit an application for each position for which they are applying. Applications shall only be accepted during a recruitment period for the designated position.

5. All positions require a valid California Drivers License. Your driving record must demonstrate ability to legally and safely operate a vehicle while performing District business without restrictions. The District may impose additional requirements on applicants who may be required to operate a District vehicle in connection with their position.

6. All application materials will be evaluated based on related experience and education. Those applicants who best match the requirements for the position will be invited to continue in the selection process, which may consist of an oral panel interview and/or written evaluation of experience and education and/or other appropriate testing techniques which may include performance tests as required. The District makes reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If candidates require special arrangements to participate in the interview process, they should state their needs when invited to participate in an oral panel interview.

7. Final applicants must successfully pass a background check investigation and may be required to submit documentation establishing qualifications.

8. Final applicants will be required to take and pass a drug screen urinalysis test and pre-placement physical. A positive test will disqualify an applicant from employment if it indicates abuse of illegal drugs or improper use of prescription drugs. Applicants who refuse to submit to a drug screen will also be disqualified from employment.

9. Candidates are cautioned not to quit or give notice to present employers until they have received an offer of employment and have successfully qualified on the pre-employment physical, drug screen examination and background investigation.

10. The provisions of the job announcement do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions in the job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice.

11. In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new employees must verify personal identity and entitlement to work in the United States by providing required documentation.

12. All LWD employees are at-will pursuant to California Water Code, Section 71362.

The San Diego County Water Authority has joined together with regional water agencies, community colleges, and private sector partners to develop a water and wastewater internship program. As the water and wastewater industry experiences an increased demand for qualified staff, this internship program provides students in the San Diego region with career opportunities and on-the-job experience. Please click on the link for more information on the San Diego County Water Authority’s Internship Program. www.h2ointerns.com

Cuyamaca College offers a Water and Wastewater Technology Program that provides employment training, as well as, advanced courses in water and watewater technology. For more information on their program, please visit their website at: https://www.cuyamaca.edu/academics/departments/wwtr/default.aspx

Palomar College offers a Water and Wastewater Techologies Program that provides pre-employment training, as well as, advanced courses in water and wastewater technology for those wishing to become certified for a career as a Water or Wastewater Operator. For more information on their program, please visit their website at: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/watertech/

California State University San Marcos offers a Water Management Program that is geared toward individuals already employed in the water or watewater industry and wish to advance their supervisory skills and knowledge. For more information about their program, please visit their website at: https://www.csusm.edu/el/certificateprograms/bpdev/watermgmt/index.html